Yes, the past week has been hellish temperatures. Sunday hit a high of 115 degrees of drenching, sweaty humidity and it has only slightly come down since then. Fortunately this misery is very uncommon. Last summer we only had a handful of days above 100 degrees and only slightly above 100. While we retreat inside to the inefficient coolness of the swamp cooler, it’s the poor animals that really have to deal with the heat.
Heat is really hard on animals and it shows in weight loss, lower milk production, problems breeding and even death. We happily didn’t lose any animals in this massive heat wave, but it’s something we Read More